If you’re looking for a fascinating trip with beautiful, fresh nature and ancient spaces, Haeundae Blueline Park will meet all of this for you. Each color here will bring a different emotion, giving you a more emotional journey than ever before.
Where’s Haeundae Blueline Park?
From the abandoned Donghae Nambu on the coast of Busan, it is now reborn as Haeundae Blueline Park. There are two main services here: the coastal tram and the Sky Capsule.
With its special design, the coastal tram offers visitors a view of space facing the sea. The seat is facing the transparent glass window, spreading from the ceiling to the floor. Large space with a capacity of up to 100 people.
The Sky Capsule is also an interesting choice, with different seat positions. Ensure privacy for couples, small groups, or families. With the route running along the coast from the east of Busan, the ship’s rail system is raised 10 meters above sea level. Make a difference to the ship by bringing impressive views to the sea from above.
Haeundae Blueline Park runs along the southeast road of the city, embracing the coastline and giving you a panoramic view of the clear blue sea in front of you. In front and behind are towns and ports lined up close together, looking both peaceful and bustling.
Here, you can walk around this beautiful coast to capture every moment of sunrise or sunset. This makes Haeundae Blueline Park an ideal place to experience.
With a total distance of only 4.8km, depart from Mipo Station and stop at Songjeong. You can choose either the Beach train or the Sky capsule one way or both way and way.
This train moves quite slowly, taking 30 minutes to complete one way, so you don’t have to worry about getting seasick.
Haeundae Blueline Park: The train attracts all tourists.
Today, Haeundae Blueline Park is the favorite destination of young Koreans in the summer, thanks to its many beautiful “virtual live” photography corners. On sunny days, the sky is blue, and the sun shines through every corner, making this place look like a Japanese anime movie.
The Haeundae Sky Capsule and the Haeondae Beach Train are all painted in bright colors like red, green, yellow, and blue. They make the trains stand out and catch the eye.
Haeundae Beach Train is designed like any other train, with each car following each other. There is a driver who moves the train like a normal train.
The Haeundae Sky Capsule inside has only seats for two and is open with ocean views. This is a self-propelled train, so there won’t be a driver. The maximum speed is only 5 km/h, making the passengers feel like they are playing games in an amusement park.
A one-way ticket costs 7,000 won; a round-trip ticket costs 10,000 won per person. The trip, with a total distance of 4.8 km, lasts about 25–30 minutes. The train will pass by the coast, Dalmaji Tunnel, forests, pine hills, etc.
In particular, if you go at the most ideal time, around 5:00 p.m., you can watch the equally brilliant and poetic sunset over the sea. During the peak tourist season in Busan, Haeundae Sky Capsule attracts a large number of visitors every day. This is also the place most people check in on social networks recently.
In addition to walking along the beach, try sitting on the train to watch the wonderful sun and wind of Busan slowly pass by!
- Haeundae Blueline Park Songjeong Station: 299-20, Songjiang-dong, Haeondae-gu, Busan (부산광역시 해운대구 송정동 299-2020)
- Haeundae Blueline Park Mipo Station: 948-1, Jung-dong, Haeondae-gu, Busan (부산광역시 해운대구 중동 948-1)
- Haeundae Blueline Park Cheongsapo Station: 116, Cheungsapo-ro, Haeondae-gu, Busan (부산광역시 해운대구 청사포로 116)
- Low season and winter (November–April): 09:00–18:00
- Peak season (May–June and September–October): 09:00–20:00
- Peak season (July–August): 09:00–22:00
Website: www.bluelinepark.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)